Lafayette County Portrait Photographer

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As responsible portrait photographers, we know that family means everything, but unfortunately they don’t always stay together forever, so we need to take the time to capture some of the special moments in time along the way. When you hire us, we take it personally and we make sure that we capture the love that your family members feel for each other inside every snapshot. We can shoot outside on location, in your home or in a studio – the choice is yours.
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Portrait Photographer in Lafayette County

portrait photographer near meAs high quality portrait photographers, we have the right blend of experience and photography equipment to make sure that we capture not just an image, but an image which shows emotion and feeling. We can help you capture that special moment in time that will allow you to share a particular point in history, later on with your family. Whether it’s for your newborn child or maybe you’d like a set of senior photographs of your teenage chold, or maybe a family – we can take care of all your needs

We have the correct skills, and portrait photography experience to make sure you don’t regret choosing us.

As well as portrait photography, we can also offer:

  • Professional Headshots
  • Wedding Photography
  • Family Portraits
  • Baby Photographs
  • Pet Photography
  • Senior Portraits
  • ..and much more!

Our portrait photography portfolio of work is available upon request? Our objective is to capture and convey your own unique (hopefully) once in a lifetime wedding experience. So please reach out to us and we’d be happy to provide you with as much information as you need to decide if we are the portrait photography company that you would like to work with here in Lafayette County. We look forward to speaking to you soon!

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Factors to Consider When Hiring A Portrait Photographer

A family portrait is more than just a regular photograph, it is a veritable heirloom that will be passed down from generation to generation, a valuable artifact of family tradition that will teach your kids and grand-kids of their past, and where they originate from. Not any random photographer can fulfill the requirements of a good, quality family portrait. To capture the essence of your family, you need to invest in a professional portrait photographer.

Although you might think about a professional portrait photographer as an unnecessary expense, when you consider the fact that your family portrait is more like an investment that will last for generations, the expense seems quite justified. Not only will it give joy and comfort to your children and grandchildren, when you r children choose to leave your home for college or to start their career, you will be able to look back at your family portrait and obtain immense delight from it.

Before you set off on your quest to find a good portrait photographer, you need to consider 3 things: your planned budget plan, the type of photographs you wish to get taken, and exactly what you plan to do with them upon delivery.

Your planned budget plan will determine your choice of photography studio. A lot of photography studios charge their customers a low session fee. A busy photographer might have a number of such sessions throughout the day. The photographs are taken in a studio setting, and you can request anything from official pictures to high key photographs on a white background, and even ‘action’ shots. A great photographer should have the ability to work with you to accomplish the specific kind of portrait you want. A quality studio will also be able to supply you with the entire spectrum of after shoot services such as prints and frames.

Next, you must consult with your family to find out the sort of family portrait photographs they wish to get taken. You can pick a high key portrait with a white background, a more demure, sober subtle photograph with moody lighting and dull colors, and even an outdoor photography session that captures your family together in the midst of an activity. A glimpse at the photographer’s portfolio will give you ideas of the kind of work your photographer capable of.

Finally, you must decide what you plan to do with the portrait(s) after they have been taken. Do you want a large framed print that you can put on the wall, or a series of photographs that record different timeframes in the family? Would you prefer a printed canvas, or maybe you want to go a little more stylish with a printed coffee table book? The quality and design of the portrait will differ with its intended use. A quality portrait photographer will be able to acknowledge what you desire, and capture photographs accordingly.

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More About Lafayette County, Florida

Lafayette County is a county located in the state of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,870,[1] making it the second-least populous county in Florida. The county seat is Mayo.[2] Lafayette County is a prohibition or partially dry county, allowing retail sales of beer.

Lafayette County was created on December 23, 1856 from part of Madison County. At the time it comprised all the area of present-day Lafayette and Dixie counties. The County was named in honor of the Marquis de Lafayette, the French general who rendered assistance to the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War.[3] The famed Suwannee River forms the entire eastern boundary. The county courts first met at the home of Ariel Jones near Fayetteville. The county seat was New Troy until the court house burned down on New Year’s Eve, 1892. It was moved to Mayo in 1893, and Mayo is currently Lafayette’s only incorporated town. The moving of the courthouse was the end for New Troy. The Gainesville Sun states that houses were dismantled for their timber and bricks, hardwoods replaced the fields, steamboat traffic ended in 1899, and the ferry closed in 1917. In 1921 the lower part of the county was removed to create Dixie County.

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